sirhiggins wrote:Just wondering how will be possible to acquire Tsingtao (Qingdao) from China?
I'm with Germany (left the Italian campaign due to that f... capital problem), the army is quite strong (now it's 1882);
the navy is under renewing. Building the protectorates of Togo,Kamerun,Südwest-Afrika. But i don't think
i can stand against the chinese if i attack them for the mentioned province... Will be any other solutions?
I'll desperatly need a harbor in that region; the nearest coaling station is in New-Guinea.
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sirhiggins wrote:Here are some:
About the colonies:
Togoland and Kamerun are protectorates, Südwestafrika is a colony of Germany.
sirhiggins wrote:Thanks,good to know.
Just struggling with the private capital shortage...
sirhiggins wrote:Yes, it's 1880.
So is it normal in these scenarios that nothing is about the colonial affairs?
sirhiggins wrote:The SOI is -9 for Togo, -7 for Kamerun, -10 Südwest Afrika.
I thought that 1,04RC5 Jan29-2015 already contains the SOI fix, isn't it?
i started a new to check it with Italy but the same, nothing in the colonial page.
sirhiggins wrote:I thought that if not all of the areas are with -10SOI, it'll be OK (slowly but the SOI is increasing from -10 to -7 in case of Kamerun for example).
Will this event solves the problém with colonial ministry's empty tab?
sirhiggins wrote:It changed as this:
sirhiggins wrote:Copy and paste the full event what you've written previously (i've copied the full into the GER 1880 Events file before -i thought i run the full event) ?
Keep the event in the "Ger 1880 Events" file too?
Anyway is it possible that these problems are because i copied the full game folder from steam folder to another place and applied the RC5 beta patch
(i read somewhere that this is better than to update the game via steam)?
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